World Kindness Day: Ways To Give Back And Help Others Stay Warm This WinterToday marks World Kindness Day, encouraging people to spread compassion and give back.
Protesters Accuse NYPD Of 'Over-Policing' In Detainment Of 2 Women Selling Churros On SubwayCops ticketed 41-year-old Maria Corillo on Monday morning at the Myrtle-Wyckoff station in Bushwick for "unlicensed general vending" while selling churros, a fried dough pastry.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: New Portal For Home And Business Owners To File Complaints About MoratoriumThere is now a formal channel for New Yorkers to complain about the effects of National Grid’s natural gas moratorium in the city and on Long Island.
MTA's Contactless OMNY Fare Payment System Coming To More StationsOMNY - which rolled out at 16 stations in May - allows passengers to tap a scanner with a contactless credit or debit card or smart device.
New York Raises Age To Purchase Tobacco Products From 18 To 21Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law to raise the smoking age from 18 to 21 back in July.
Police: Woman Punched In Face After Confronting Man For Breaking Into Car In BrooklynThe 28-year-old woman spotted the suspect around 5:15 p.m. on Nov. 8 near Harman Street and Evergreen Avenue in Bushwick.
Man And His Dog Cut During Argument On Manhattan Subway PlatformPolice said the man was sleeping on a bench on the F train platform at the 14th Street station when another man approached him shortly before 4 a.m. and started an argument.
Police: Man Wanted For Robbing 3 People In Just Over An Hour In BrooklynThe crime spree took place during the early morning hours on Nov. 3 in the Bushwick neighborhood.
Man Shot During Armed Robbery At Recording Studio In The BronxPolice said cash, electronics and personal belongings were stolen.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: Cuomo Moves To Revoke Utility's License To Operate DownstateGov. Andrew Cuomo is turning up the heat on National Grid.
Michael Bloomberg Registers For 2020 Ballot In Arkansas"We're getting closer" to making a decision, Bloomberg told reporters after filing paperwork at Arkansas' Capitol.
NYPD: Woman Accused Of Calling 911 Over 24,000 Times Since June, Making False Reports About Fires & CrimesOfficers arrested 38-year-old Yogita Persaud on Friday after she allegedly made her latest call.
Anguilla Preparing Warrant For Arrest Of Connecticut Man Accused Of Killing Hotel WorkerA spokesman said Scott Hapgood decided against returning to the island for Monday's hearing because he was worried about his safety.
Trial Underway For Long Island Man Accused Of Killing 12-Year-Old Boy Scout In DWI CrashIt was a packed courtroom on Tuesday and a jury heard two opposite narratives during opening statements in the trial of a driver who admits he killed a Long Island Boy Scout, but says it wasn't a crime.
Schumer Implores Feds To Release Report Showing If Stop Sign Cameras On School Buses Save LivesA new state law would let school districts install cameras on their bus stop signs, to catch drivers that don't stop. However, Sen. Chuck Schumer said many districts can't afford to install the technology.